Dortmund win against Frankfurt | TIME ONLINE

    
                        
                Borussia Dortmund defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 3: 1. Above all, the BVB newcomers show a good performance: Marius Wolf met against his former club. The game report
                        
            
    
        
            
                                    
        
        The Dortmund defender Manuel Akanji (left) in a duel with Eintracht striker Sébastien Haller
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                Borussia Dortmund – Eintracht Frankfurt 3: 1 (1: 0) Borussia Dortmund remains unbeaten even after the third matchday of the new Bundesliga season. The team of coach Lucien Favre defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 3: 1. At BVB convinced in the home stadium in front of 81,000 spectators, especially the newcomers. "We knew that physically it will be a tough game, but we have
held well, "said scorer Marius Wolf after the eighth
Home victory of the Dortmund against Frankfurt in series.
                
                
            In the early stages of the game, which played a lot in the midfield, the concord was initially safe and strong in the duels. Nevertheless, Dortmund took the lead after a corner by defender Abdou Diallo in the 36th minute. Only in the second half could Eintracht reward for their courageous appearance: Danny da Costa brought a ball in the middle, where Sébastien Haller stood and off
 the turn to deserved 1: 1 hit (68.). But just a few minutes later Marius Wolf, who came from Frankfurt to Dortmund in the summer break, Eintracht goalkeeper Kevin Trapp overcame with a touchdown and scored from ten meters, the renewed leadership for Dortmund (72). Substitute Paco Alcácer also scored the third Dortmund goal against Frankfurt. The striker finished the league debut with a deflected Schlenzer from the edge of the penalty area (88). The Eintracht had to six days before their European Cup return at
Olympique Marseille in the Europa League the fourth defeat
in the fifth competitive match under her new coach Adi Hütter. For Dortmund, it was at least a result of a successful dress rehearsal for the Champions League opener on Tuesday at Bruges.

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